PISTOLS FOR ONE COFFEE FOR TWO
DEPT.

THE WATCHERS
"Strictly filler. Who wrote it anyway? No guy with any respect would write under a name like that. If I did I'd expect it to fall on me and do some damage." -- Fred Robinson
"Neat and effective." -- Peter Campbell.

UNDER ATOMIC COVER
"Mr. James improves with each story. He need too." -- D. NcCormick.
"Good and enjoyable." --- Terry Jeeves.

MEN AGAINST THE COSMOS
"Were you tied to a stick and beaten with thorns?" --- Manly Banister.
"Wonderful satire. It must have been written by an American." - Wrai Ballard.

TEST CASE
"Ineffectively written." --- D. R. Smith
"Could easily have sold to a promag." --- Henry Kuttner.

THE COVER
"No art criticism, my ship slightly out of register however." -- Terry Jeeves. ((Sorry, Mr. Teeves, all future Slantships will be registered at Lloyds.))
"Beautiful. Surrealistic, no doubt?" --- Dick Ryan. ((Get that Taurasi, Slant is going Dali!))
"The Biro pen was superb." -- Bob Foster. ((Our subscription Dept. reports that the cover had remarkable drawing power.))
"Delicious--a cross-section through a trifle?" -- Tony Thorne. ((We believe in giving our readers their just desserts.))


There were to be all sorts of plugs and ads in thish, but there just wasn't time. I haven't even got the space to mention that Henry Burwell's address is 459 Sterling St. NE, ATLANTA, Georgia and that he's running a US branch of the OF Library, or that for the best in news and views you should read Vince Clarke's SFNEWS, 16 Wendover Way, Welling, Kent. Three


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